Five Benefits from Using Tables in Excel 2007

I really enjoy the major changes that Excel 2007 has incorporated into Tables. In this video I demonstrate Five Benefits when you convert your Excel data lists into Tables.

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Comments

  1. Ahmad Al-Ansary says:

    Thank you for the valuable demo, but what about inserting Subtotals for a group of records and not for the whole Table?

  2. Thanks for writing. I am pleased that you enjoyed my video tutorial.

    Re: Subtotals for a Group of records. My suggestion is to insert a blank row after the last record of the group that you wish to Subtotal. Remember to sort THAT group by the field that you wish to Subtotal.

    Danny Rocks

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